Born Minerva Murphy, Pauline Privilege was a singer and band-leader in the waning years of the Big Band Era. Not only a singer but also a lyricist and arranger, she was well known for her arrangements (some said re-arrangements) of such popular tunes as “I Can’t Get Started,” “Tipi-Tipi Time’s Up,” “One O’Clock Stump,” and “It’s Over.” She was a lively performer, interspersing her songs with comic patter and bad jokes. The name of her band, the Annulments, was both a running gag and an allusion to her Catholic upbringing.
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